After taking a deeper look into cannabis stocks, I quickly notice that stocks here emulate a classic “hype cycle.” But this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. And during my investigation into the space, Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) stock in particular caught my attention. Source: Jarretera / Shutterstock.com Here’s why it should grab your attention too. Long-time growth
What Happened to the Roku Stock Price Today? Source: JHVEPhoto / Shutterstock.com Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) stock saw wobbly trading Wednesday — at one point, dropping about a percent — on what was otherwise a very strong day for the stock market, and especially for tech stocks. The lack of conviction among traders can be attributed to
Since the November election, Wall Street has been looking for investments that are likely to benefit from President Biden’s policies. But of course, this has meant that it is tough to find cheap stocks! Yet the rally has been uneven. And yes, there are some interesting stocks to buy that are at reasonable valuations. For
The past year’s price action in the shares of video-game retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) have been exciting, to say the least. The famous Reddit-fueled short squeeze of GME stock has created wealth for some traders, and destroyed the accounts of others. Source: quietbits / Shutterstock.com For old-school, valuation-obsessed investors such as myself, it’s been fascinating and perplexing.
Currently, Discovery Class A (NASDAQ:DISCA) stock and Class C (NASDAQ:DISCK) stock (but not the Class B (NASDAQ:DISCB)) look very undervalued, given the company’s huge free cash flow (FCF). In fact, there is now a wide gulf in the Discovery stock shares. Class A and C shares trade at $36.37 and $31.20 respectively, versus Class B
By now everyone who keeps an eye on the stock market is familiar with the story of GameStop (NYSE:GME). To say that the company’s share price has been on a wild ride is a vast understatement. Massive volatility in recent weeks saw GME stock reach highs of $370 only to crash to $50 then rise
The space economy’s potential has drawn a lot of attention from investors in the past couple of years. An array of privately held space stocks are listed on the stock exchange, of which many have taken the SPAC route. In fact, according to a Morgan Stanley report, the space economy could surge more than $1
UWM Holdings (NYSE:UWMC) has been receiving quite a bit of attention on Reddit. Despite the attention from this crowd that took Gamestop (NYSE:GME) to all-time highs, UWMC stock is on the downtrend. The stock has lost about half of its value from its all-time highs. Source: Dmitry Demidovich/ShutterStock.com It’s been a rough few weeks for
In 2019, Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) was just another pharmaceutical company. Then in 2020 into 2021, it achieved its moment of stardom with the development of its Covid-19 vaccine. It is no small feat to develop a vaccine in such a short period of time. In less than one year, the company had a vaccine to combat
San Francisco-headquartered, cloud-based security application provider Okta (NASDAQ:OKTA) bills itself as “the leading independent identity provider.” OKTA stock investors should be confident, knowing that the company provides its services to more than 10,000 organizations. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com Now, I’ll be the first to admit that this isn’t the cheapest stock in the world. Indeed,
What Happened to the Opendoor Stock Today? Source: PREMIO STOCK/Shutterstock.com Shares of the America’s largest iBuyer, Opendoor (NASDAQ:OPEN), have been on a steady downtrend over the past few weeks. Since peaking in mid-February, Opendoor stock has lost about half of its value. Why It Happened There are two big things driving OPEN stock lower: One,
Typically, when a company decides to list its equity units in the over-the-counter (OTC) market, it’s usually for a reason and not a good one. Unable to meet the regulatory requirements and fiscal performance standards of a major U.S. exchange, many firms seek listing on the pink sheets — a historical reference to the color
Down nearly 46% in the past month, investors may wonder about the best move with Skillz (NYSE:SKLZ) stock. Should you stay away until it’s clear the dust has settled? Or should you “buy the dip” with this mobile gaming play? Cautious investors, wary of the deflating interest in this stock, may opt for the former.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has shifted consumer focus to healthy living and stress reduction. One way to pursue a healthy lifestyle is having pets. According to the American Pet Product Association (APPA), pets can “reduce our stress, lower our blood pressure, and can even help us live longer.” The APPA is working on educating the